An Environment Resource Management graduate of Abia State University with her Masters in-view, Chinwe is also a Columnist, an OAP, a sought-after motivational speaker and writer with special interest in food and the balance of diet.
Bleaching palm oil is a process that involves heating up palm oil until it becomes translucent. Even though it is considered a necessary skill in Nigerian cooking, a lot of people don’t know how to bleach palm oil. Them dey try oh! But their efforts always fall short of the mark. Thus, for the benefit … Continue reading 7 Tips For Bleaching Palm Oil
Enugu, as the name implies, is situated on a hill. Located in the South-Eastern part of Nigeria, this beautiful and serene state is synonymous with coal production and okpa di oku. While the former has been rendered redundant, the latter continues to tantalize the taste buds of indigenes and non-indigenes alike. In fact, most communities … Continue reading Origin of the Nigerian Food: Okpa
Pronounced ah-fan, afang soup is indigenous to the Efik, Ibibio and Oron people of Southern Nigeria. Afang soup is a healthy soup infused with vegetables and ample protein. Learn to make afang soup with these simple steps. Ingredients Afang leaves (chopped and blended) Water leaves (chopped) Protein of your choice (beef, chicken, shrimps, fish… the … Continue reading Afang Soup Recipe
Nkwobi is a spicy mouthwatering dish from the South Eastern part of Nigeria made with cow meat, precisely the foot. It is an exotic delicacy on most menus in food joints, restaurants and bars, and is relished as an appetizer or main dish. Commercially, potash is used to prepare it, but you can substitute it … Continue reading Food Recipe: Nkwobi